James King & The Regals have released the video for their new single ‘Murphy’s Law’.
Racking up more than 20,000 views in just two days, the video for the single follows the tracks recent airplay on BBC Introducing in London.
Speaking of their new single, frontman James King explained: “‘Murphy’s law’, commonly known as sod’s law states “everything that can happen, will happen” our song is a dark twist on that. I feel that concepts such as karma, death (the grim reaper) and in this case Mr Murphy and the law he made are troublesome entities getting kicks out of playing with human lives. Throughout the song, there is a feeling of being watched or in an grasp that you just can’t shake. The actual Murphy was a pilot and his law was more of a warning to be prepared, our song is more of an ode to keep your head down and hope for the best.”
Despite its underlying dark theme, ‘Murphy’s Law’ is a toe-tapping treat. Its traditional elements instantly draw you in as James’ vocals lead the way taking you on a journey through a guitar-flowing indie infusion.
You can watch the video for ‘Murphy’s Law’ below: